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    Fieldpiece SC77

    I bought a Fieldpiece SC77 brand new for dirt cheap, but didn't realize till I got home that it doesn't come with a magnet. Any ideas on where to get a magnetic hanger.

    Help me out

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    I understand that feeling of needing a magnet. I used a uei dl289 or something previous to my sc77 & the only thing i liked about it was that magnet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    I understand that feeling of needing a magnet. I used a uei dl289 or something previous to my sc77 & the only thing i liked about it was that magnet.
    You got that right , I will either glue or get a strap for this one because I want the magnet . I love pawn shops.

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    Relocated to the "Tool" section of the site.


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    I have the 76 and I also wish I had a magnet, havent found accessories like that for fieldpiece like you do for fluke, I usually end up clamping it around a pipe or something else along those lines, eventually o'll glue a magnet on to the back of it.

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    yeah, i just use the amp clamp too. thought about rigging something up....let us know what you come up with.

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    I was thinking of putting a magnet on a piece of plastic and putting it to my meter. What would you recommend o.o epoxy or jb weld

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    That why I got a Fieldpiece SH36

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdholder View Post
    That why I got a Fieldpiece SH36
    Rub it in some more

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    Someone once mentioned to me gluing a magnet on the back of my sc77 could screw up the way it functions . . I'm not sure if it's true

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew2128 View Post
    I was thinking of putting a magnet on a piece of plastic and putting it to my meter. What would you recommend o.o epoxy or jb weld
    I would use E6000 Glue. It's stupid strong and stays a little flexible.
    You might ask Fieldpiece if the SC77 can handle a strong magnet mounted on the meter though. They made it sound like some meters could not handle it but not sure if it was implied about "other" guys meters.
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    i got the fieldpiece hs36 and lost the magnet strap along time ago and ive been trying to find one, but haven't have any luck yet.. whos that guy on here thats a rep for fieldpiece
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    Quote Originally Posted by marter View Post
    i got the fieldpiece hs36 and lost the magnet strap along time ago and ive been trying to find one, but haven't have any luck yet.. whos that guy on here thats a rep for fieldpiece
    I would like one too, then I can glue a piece to hold the strap

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